Clinton Brown Profile

aka Clint Brown
John Dix
1 Mar 2016

Clinton Brown has been one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed bass players for over 40 years, as a session and touring musician and as a member of Rockinghorse, The Warratahs, Sharon O’Neill Band and the Greg Johnson Set. He even had a brief, very brief, stint with Noel Redding.

Born and raised in the Hutt Valley suburb of Taita, Clinton Taylor Brown (b. 27 June, 1951) adopted the bass guitar early. His first band, The Society, formed when he was 14, teamed him with drummer Keith Norris for one of the longest-serving rhythm sections in New Zealand rock and roll. Performances at Jack’s Coffee Lounge in Courtenay Place, popular with Wellington’s Greek expatriates, led to regular performances at Greek community social events and at Lower Hutt’s Kryptos Club, a Friday night church-organised youth club.

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Rockinghorse in EMI Studios, 1975: Wayne Mason, Kevin Bayley and Clinton Brown
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Rockinghorse on stage 1974 (L to R) Bruce Robinson, Wayne Mason, Keith Norris, Carl Evensen and Clinton Brown
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Clinton Brown with The Warratahs in Hastings in 1990
Photo credit: Glen Moffatt collection
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The Warratahs on the cover of Rip It Up, December 1990
Photo credit: Polly Walker
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Sharon O'Neill - Words (1980)
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Rockinghorse, 1973, L to R: Bruce Robinson, Clinton Brown, Carl Evensen, Wayne Mason, Keith Norris
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The original Rockinghorse line-up in 1973 (L to R) Keith Norris, Clinton Brown, Wayne Mason, Bruce Robinson, Carl Evensen
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The 1980 Sharon O'Neill touring band with Dave Dobbyn. L to R: Sharon, Brent Thomas, Steve Garden, Dave, Clint Brown
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Wayne Mason and Clint Brown, 2013
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Clinton Brown with The Warratahs in Hastings in 1990
Photo credit: Glen Moffatt collection
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Rockinghorse: Bruce Robinson, Wayne Mason, Keith Norris, Carl Evensen and Clint Brown
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Dixie Chicken episode 5 (1987)
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Early Rockinghorse: Bruce Robinson, Clinton Brown, Wayne Mason, Carl Evensen and Keith Norris
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Clinton Brown with Rockinghorse
Photo credit: Photo by Graham Potter
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Rockinghorse - Thru The Southern Moonlight (Pop Co Special 1974)
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Rockinghorse on stage in 1974: Bruce Robinson, Wayne Mason, Carl Evensen, Keith Norris and Clinton Brown
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Rockinghorse 1973: Wayne Mason, Bruce Robinson, Carl Evensen, Keith Norris and Clinton Brown
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Rebirth's second single, produced by Alan Galbraith for HMV in 1970, was a cover of the Free song All Right Now
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The Warratahs - Interislander ad (Sailing to the Other Side, 1990)
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Glyn Tucker, Carole Tucker, Steve Robinson and Clinton Brown at the APRA Silver Scrolls, Hammerheads Restaurant, 1992
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Wayne Mason and Clinton Brown, Two For The Road tour 2012
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